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  • World Heritage Site Certificate to Jaipur

    Why in News The Chief Minister of Rajasthan will dedicate the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) world...

    05 Feb 2020 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • INTACH Efforts to Protect Buddhist Site

    Why in News The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), heritage lovers and officials have almost stopped the stone-pelting...

    13 Jan 2020 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Earliest Sanskrit Inscriptions in South India found in A.P.

    Why in News The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has discovered the earliest Sanskrit inscription in South India which is also an earliest...

    27 Dec 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Ajanta and Ellora Caves

    Why in News Two tourist visitor centres set up at Ajanta and Ellora caves by the Maharashtra government have been shut due to their pending water...

    16 Dec 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Sattriya Dance

    Why in News Dance historian Dr. Sunil Kothari has recently been bestowed with the Madhabdev Award by the Government of Assam for popularising...

    07 Dec 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Guru Nanak Dev

    This article is based on “A vision for equality”, “A humanist above all”, “Legacy for a civilisation”,...

    12 Nov 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Gottiprolu- An Early Trade Centre of Andhra Pradesh

    Why in News? Excavation by Archaeological Survey of India at Gottiprolu near Nellore (now renamed as Sri Potti Sriramulu) district, Andhra Pradesh...

    01 Nov 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Lakshmi Narasimha Temple: Hoysala Architecture

    The 13th century Lakshmi Narasimha temple in Bhadravati of Shivamogga district, Karnataka is being renovated. About Lakshmi Narsimha Temple The...

    30 Oct 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Mauryan Architecture- Part 2

    Mauryan Popular Art Apart from the court art or royal patronage, cave-architecture, sculpture, and pottery took the expressions of art by individual...

    24 Oct 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Mauryan Art and Architecture- Part 1

    Introduction The Great Mauryan ruler Ashoka embraced Buddhism (as a part of shraman tradition) and the immense Buddhist missionary activities that...

    22 Oct 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Chalukyan Rulers

    Recently, graves of Chalukyan rulers have been unearthed in a village near Pattadakal, Karnataka. The findings are significant since there are no...

    12 Oct 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Megalithic Sword Unearthed in Kozhikode

    The State Archaeology Department in Kozhikode recently has unearthed a Megalithic era iron sword, a chisel and a few decorated pottery from a...

    05 Sep 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • India’s First and Longest Sea Ropeway

    India’s first and longest sea ropeway project that will connect Mumbai with the Elephanta Caves, is scheduled to start by the end of the year...

    12 Aug 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Pathamadai Silk Mat

    Inclusion of technology in the making of traditional Pathamadai silk mat through the use of electronic powerloom is ensuring higher production and...

    06 Aug 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Protection and Preservation of Endangered Language

    The Government of India is running a scheme known as “Protection and Preservation of Endangered Languages” for conservation of threatened...

    27 Jul 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Temple Architecture

    Introduction Most of the architectural remains that survive from Ancient and Medieval India are religious in nature. In different parts of the...

    22 Jul 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • World Heritage Committee’s Concerns

    The World Heritage Committee (WHC) has flagged some concerns related to the conservation of the heritage site of Hampi and the Darjeeling Himalayan...

    15 Jul 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Visa-Free Access to Kartarpur Corridor

    Recently, Pakistan has agreed to give year-long visa-free access for Indian pilgrims to the Gurdwara of Kartarpur Sahib. It allows visa-free...

    15 Jul 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Indian Classical Dances

    Excavations, inscriptions, chronicles, genealogies of kings and artists, literary sources, sculpture and painting of different periods provide...

    10 Jul 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

  • Jaipur: A World Heritage Site

    The Pink city, Jaipur (Rajasthan), has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The decision was taken at the 43rd session of the UNESCO...

    08 Jul 2019 Indian Heritage & Culture

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